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Cities, well-being and culture in Europe links the measurement of well-being and cultural participation. How to use data dashboards to better understand correlations between cultural participation and well-being? The following summary gives practical guidelines for using the tools developed within the framework of Activity 3.2 of Culture Action Europe’s Creative Europe network funding.


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The topic of access to social protection is very broad. On the one hand, it seems impossible to address all social risks at once, and on the other hand counter-productive to address each social risk individually. Therefore we chose to identify categories of risks. The first survey on access to social protection for those in atypical forms of employment targets…


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The importance of cultural policies at a local level is increasingly recognised as key in shaping sustainable change in our societies. However, there is still a long road ahead for a coherent and comprehensive European strategy to emerge in this domain. In “Polis and the people: Looking into the future of urban cultural policies”, Culture Action Europe (CAE) explores the…


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How engaged people in culture and citizenship can come together to enhance the life of those living in the city? 100 participants from Athens and abroad worked together for one full day to be part of a process where common possibilities are more important than individual ones. Athens, November 20 2015


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ARE ARTISTS AND INTELLECTUALS SUFFICIENTLY PART OF THE POLITICAL DISCOURSE TODAY? SHOULD THEY BE? DO ARTS THRIVE IN DEMOCRACY? AND VICE VERSA DO DEMOCRACIES THRIVE VIA THE ARTS? DO ARTISTS AND INTELLECTUALS NECESSARILY NEED TO CONSIDER THEIR IMPACT ON SOCIETY? SHOULD ARTISTS LIVE OFF THEIR ARTS? HOW? WE, THE PEOPLE OF CULTURE, LET OUR FRAGMENTATION REDUCE OUR IMPACT ON SOCIETY….


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Cultural practices and participation are key factors for social and personal well-being and contribute to citizens’ ability to deal with social and economic change. But these factors are seldom recognised in the existing, conventional systems of measurement. CAE has therefore addressed this issue by designing and disseminating an ad hoc information system, based upon qualitative and quantitative (indicators and data)…


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A process in which people, practices and/or products from the world of the arts enter into the world of organisations to support or trigger development


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GDP does not provide us with particularly significant information. It measures everything except that which makes life worthwhile, and it omits what we should be proud of in our societies. In order to find new ways of fulfilling the funding values of our democracy and to preserve peace in Europe, new measures are needed to help us make decisions in…


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Culture Action Europe reflection paper on Culture and Wellbeing (year 2 – 2016)


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CAE2016 CultureAndWellbeing ReflectionPaper CAE reflection paper on the issue “Culture and Wellbeing” at the end of year 2 of activities


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A21_PilotCities2015_EUROPE-def-ENG The “Culture 21 Actions” toolkit providing guidance for cities aiming to evaluate, design and implement cultural policies contributing to sustainable development was adopted at the first United Cities and Local Governments’ Culture Summit, held in Bilbao on 18-20 March 2015 under the title “Culture and Sustainable Cities”. “Culture 21 Actions” builds on the work of the Agenda 21 for…


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A model for cultural development where heritage is an important factor of growth and social cohesion

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